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breath, count to ten. welcome to "today" on a bitter sweet wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm meredith vieira. looks like i'm leaving, doesn't it? >> i lost a bet. i said you would call in sick today. >> oh, it's a hard one. >> mixed emotions? >> very. i'm looking at everybody right here and wishing i -- well, no, i know it's right. but it's hard. for sure this guy. >> we'll pay tribute to meredith throughout the morning. we have a number of surprises as well. you won't want to miss it. we have other news to cover as well. talk about the brutal heat. >> unbelievable. >> expected from the midwest to new england. al will have details coming up straight ahead. >> and stunning developments at the casey anthony murder trial. an expert for the prosecution raised doubt about what could be a vital piece of evidence. we'll have the latest from court. >> also, a segment we have fun with. the best commercials from the past year. >> but we are going to begin with the extreme heat gripping a section of the country. al roker has details. good morning to you. >> good morning, meredith. it'
's coming up later this morning on the "today" show. watch matt lauer and al roker report live from rome as matt gets an audience with pope benedict xvi. >>> "idol" fever hits the plaza when "american idol" scotty mccreery and runner-up lauren alaina perform live at a special concert. >>> now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
's check in with matt lauer to see what they're working on today. we have nice weather, matt. what about you? >> eun, good morning to you. i can't hear you but i think i just saw your lips saying matt lauer. coming up on a friday here on today, casey anthony in her own words. her interrogation and jailhouse conversations with her family members played at her murder trial. we'll talk about the impact those tapes could have on the jury. >>> also ahead, unusual and dangerous eating disorders. we'll meet people who suffer from serious addictions when it comes to food. >>> and we have a huge crowd outside here to see new kids on the block and backstreet boys together on our summer concert stage. so we have that and much more ahead as we get started on a friday morning. >> it's taking me back, matt. making me feel a little old. >> it is. it's going to be fun on a beautiful morning here in new york. >> have a great weekend. >> thank you. you too. >>> let's get a check of the forecast. hey, veronica. >> we're being spared again today. we've got comfortable weather with sunshine across the area.
officially running for president, and today she goes one-on-one with matt lauer. and shia labeouf talks about his latest action adventure "transformers 3." now keep it on this channel for continuing local news, weather, sports, and more. i'm lynn berry. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. the day today on your nbc station. have a good one. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this thursday morning. i'm ann curry. >> i'm matt lauer. so the president is headed to philadelphia today which is a good idea to get out of washington for a couple of hours because he gave congress a pretty good tongue lashing on wednesday. >> no kidding. the president rebuked congress for taking recesses instead of tackling legislation to turn around the economy. john boehner fired back. the latest in a live report straight ahead. >> a major development in the appeals trial of amanda knox, review of critical evidence used to convict her in the first trial has deemed unreliable. at a's news that brought amanda's mother to tears. >> did you see these pictures? flight delays are nothing new. look at this. you're looking at turtles, lots of them. what were they doing on the tarmac? we're going to tell you coming up. >> you know what the snail said when he was riding on the turtle. wee! >>> all right, let's head to the newsdesk. natalie standing by with the headlines. >> love that joke. >>> good morning, everyone. as the battle near tof the flamr
fortha huge family values message. when you compare the two. the question from matt lauer was relevant. from the conservative media standpoint there are a lot of different messages. >> the media did this all the time. did it with bill clinton. it wasn't about the blue dress, it was about the lying. that's the issue. >> jon: we're going to have to take a break, but you have to check out our new website pan keep an eye on the media stories in our watch list section and listen to the discussions we have in our studio during the commercial break, always interesting, next, have you seen the latest cover of news week. did they go too far? >> news week causes some controversy this week with a dancing mitt romney on the cover and focus on his mormon faith. is this fair play or more biased reporting. is the honeymoon over between aol and ariana, insider tales of huffington horror tells thexx this is unbelievable. it's a lifetime. gone. we'll make it right, john. when the unthinkable happens,u to help you get your le back on track. nationwide is on your side >> here is this week's cover of news
-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i'm meredith vieira. >> i'm matt lauer. for about a week anthony weiner tried to convince just about everyone that his twitter account was hacked. monday during a tearful news conference his wife didn't attend weiner revealed the story was a big lie. >> he did not stop there. the congressman said he had similar internet contact with other women over the past few years. this morning one of the women claims weiner called her from a government phone. why would someone with such power and high political aspirations be so reckless? we'll have the latest details and speak to the blogger who broke the story ahead. >> and we mentioned the royal couple. we'll be joined by sarah ferguson, duchess of york, to talk with her about her time in the spotlight, her dramatic fall from grace, what she says was the moment she realized she had hit rock bottom and what she's doing now to pick up the pieces. >> plus, it's hard enough to manage a few kids. how do the duggars make it work with 19 children? we'll make room in the studio for one of
-universal television >>> good morning, welcome to "today" on friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm ann curry. can you imagine waking up one morning and finding out the guy living next to you is on the fbi's ten most wanted list. >> his neighbor said she knew he had a temper but had no idea about his violent and infamous past. we'll hear from her just ahead. >>> a bombshell at the casey anthony murder trial. her mother testifies she was the one, not casey, she was the one who searched for chloroform on the family computer. is she covering up for her daughter? we'll ask cindy anthony's attorney. >>> also this morning, who could forget the red jacket that michael jackson wore on his famous "thriller" video? this morning it's right here in our studio, going up for auction, expected to fetch a scary price for a lot of people. we'll be talking about that and also show you other iconic items from the king of populate they are morning. >>> guess what? they started arriving here yesterday. this morning they have packed both sides of our plaza. who are they hear for? none other than grammy winner bruno mars, o
of matt lauer even about what matt lauer going to do in the future. drudge, right again. always believe drudge. >> sean: "good morning america," on the view later this week. when you get under fire we'll have you back. >> thursday night. >> sean: you and i had an hour debate, discussion on radio today. i thought it was fascinating. i don't want to get into that, once we go down that road -- >> there's so much more in this book. >> sean: there is. the one thing we did not get to, that i think is important, tied into what is a powerful conclusion. i think you are leading up to something. and i want you to explain to people what it is. >> i think americans -- i was starting to say before the break. americans have always understood the danger of mobs. they are all dangerous. they are always demon niche, thus the shays rebellion creating our constitution, boston tea party not feeling so warmly about that. >> sean: i liked the boston tea party. >> it was peaceful. the only thing more peaceful are today's tea parties. where they leave the mall cleaner than when they got there. during the civil
on the plaza, matt lauer along with ann curry, matt lauer, and savannah guthrie. coming up, on a serious note, a possible setback in the defense of the casey anthony trial. >> the defense calls casey anthony's father, george anthony to the stand. he was very emotional on the stand. it turns out what he said is not going to help her case, help the defense. so we're going to find out the details of that coming up? >>> and on a different note, if you're thinking about moving to a new home, a new neighborhood, something you might want to think about before we make that move. barbara hawkins is going to be alive. you have to check out in the neighborhood before you buy. schools, local hangouts, new cars in driveways. details coming up. >> a bit later on how do women really feel about infidelity in the wake of the schwarzenegger scandal and the weiner's sexting scandal. ivillage did a poll and it's surprising what married women were willing to forgive and what single women were willing to forgive. get to that survey. >> lots to get to. hi, natalie. >>> good morning to you guys, once again. good mor
'm matt lauer. >> i'm meredith vieira. looks like i'm leaving, doesn't it? >> i lost a bet. i said you would call in sick today. >> always been a big fan. >> thank you. >> i got adam some tissues. he's been crying all morning. >> want to say something. >> meredith! >> i love you so much. lock him up. >> the guest of honor. [ barking ] >> i know, honey. >> what's that? meredith's going to fall in the well? >> i am so honored to have sat with all of you. ♪ winter, spring, summer or fall ♪ ♪ all you've got to do is call ♪ you've got a friend ♪ you've got a friend ♪ you've got a friend [ applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ working hard to get my fill ♪ everybody wants a thrill ♪ hiding somewhere in the night ♪ ♪ ♪ don't stop believing ♪ hold on ♪ streetlights, people ♪ oh, oh ♪ don't stop believing [ cheers and applause ] we set our goals higher than anyone. perdue is the first and the only chicken company to have usda-process-verified programs for fresh all-natural chicken. [ joe ] we never have used steroids or hormones of any type, and always raised
. # captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome, i'm ann curry. >> i'm matt lauer. this morning, firefighters are struggling, trying to hold back the flames near the los alamos national laboratory. officials, though, are insisting the hazardous materials inside that facility are safe. >> that's right. authorities ordered a mandatory evacuation of the 12,000 residents. we'll get the latest on the situation there and the flooding fears around nebraska ahead. >>> also ahead, another strange twist in the casey anthony case. her lawyers asked the judge to declare a mistrial. that happened on monday. this after anthony underwent and passed mental evaluations over the weekend. so we're going to get some details live from the courthouse on that subject. >>> also this morning, an 18-year-old who just graduated from high school nearly beaten to death by a group of fellow teens in south carolina. he was apparently the victim of a random attack. he's going to share his story in a live interview later this morning. >> tough images to look at. >>> also ahead, the kids out of school, 4th of ju
nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and meredith vieira, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning, welcome to "today" on a monday morning, i'm matt lauer. >> i'm meredith vieira. details coming in about what happened in iraq. we have more from the pentagon. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, meredith. this is the single worst if not one of the single worst attacks on u.s. military forces in iraq since the official end of formal compat operations there in iraq last august. according to u.s. military and iraqi officials, five u.s. service members were killed in a rocket attack on a u.s. military base, one of many, in or around baghdad this morning. now the timing of this attack cannot be dismissed because this comes at a time as the u.s. military is, in fact, preparing to withdraw all combat forces, all u.s. military forces from iraq by the end of the year. meredith? >> so does that now call that into question, whether or not the troops will be removed by the end of the year? >> reporter: that's why the timing is so important. the iraqi gove
" on a friday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm ann curry. hey, you. >> you didn't get enough yesterday? you're back for more? >> apparently i'm color coordinating with you. this is weird. we have a big story to get to. newt gingrich just announced a month ago he was running for president. >> at least 16 staff members including his entire senior campaign staff quit. unhappy apparently with his campaign strategy and the fact that he and his wife went on a greek cruise shortly after he announced he was running. more on that story coming up. plus, what could be a tough day for potential presidential candidate sarah palin. we're live in alaska where thousands of her e-mails as governor there will be released today. >> that's right. also ahead, a shocking day of testimony in the casey anthony trial. the mother accused of murdering her daughter had to leave early, apparently overwhelmed by immanuaimages of her daughter's body being shown on a screen. and the duke and duchess of cambridge out for an evening and we all want to know what she wore. looks beautiful. >> let's start with the top stories
-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this thursday morning. i'm ann curry. >> and i'm matt lauer. congratulations to the boston bruins as they raise the cup, as the boston globe puts it here. in the streets of boston it was calm for the most part as fans took to the streets to celebrate the first stanley cup in some 39 years. in vancouver, some fans of the losing kacanucks took out their frustrations on the streets and caused mayhem. >> very big there, hockey. and things got so out of hand police had to use teargas on the crowds. we have the latest coming up. >> we spent a lot of time in vancouver and met nothing but great people. this game seems to have brought out the not so great people. >>> and in the casey anthony case, as the defense begins its case will they call casey to the stand? did the prosecution do enough to prove their case? we'll get into that in a little while. >>> also, at one point or another, most women have told their husband to stop horseplaying with the children. that can be what your children need to grow up to be confident adults. we'll explain that comin
'm matt lauer. >> i'm meredith vieira. welcome back from the vatican. what an experience. >> it was wonderful. al and i had a great time along with our crew. it's good to be back. we flew a long time yesterday to get back. >> did you get sleep? >> we slept a little on the plane. it's nice to be back. meanwhile, we have to talk more about signs that the economic recovery is slowing down and there is a fear among a lot of people that this could be much more than a temporary bump in the road. we'll have the latest details on that in a live report coming up straight ahead. >> also, the first public comments from jaycee duggard since her ordeal came to an end. the words aimed directly at her captors. details ahead. >> we'll also hear from casey anthony in her own words. at her murder trial, the jury heard the police ger sber investigation and jailhouse conversations. coming up, the impact they could have on the jury in this trial. >> take a look outside rockefeller plaza. overflowing with fans of two of the most successful boy bands ever, new kids on the block and back street
, at the same time what governor christie said to matt lauer is the president has to be engaged. >> first the president can show up. you can't negoiate through a secondary person. with all due respect to the vice president, the president's got to show up. >> what's your response to that? >> i'm sorry that's completely ridiculous. the white house has been directly engaged. look john boehner's not been at the table. is he saying they can never send eric cantor to begin the negotiations? of course they can and they should. the white house has been engaged. the vice president, tim geithner. the president has been consulted and engaged as well. the president has made it very clear is we've got to lift the debt ceiling. most of us do not like the idea of borrowing more money. we have to do it to protect our economy and protect the future of the united tates. and john boehner has said that. it's really much more about the republicans. they have basically said what have they been doing for all these weeks and weeks. they've said that we'd never ever negotiate. three legislation of the stool they'
, say, 9. still ahead, a side of pope benedict xvi than you have seen. matt lauer takes a glimpse into the daily life of the holy father. i looked up, and my jell-o pudding was gone. jeremy, look at me. look at that smile. that is pudding face. you took my pudding! the evidence is hard to dispute. [ male announcer ] get your pudding face on with oh-so-cool and irresistible jell-o pudding. >>> back in 2005 when 78-year-old joseph became the oldest elected pope since 1730 he took the name pope benedict xvi, devoting himself to prayer, medication and the task of expanding and strengthening a church of more than a billion catholics worldwide. this week matt lauer traveled to rome, had the chance to meet pope benedict and got a rare and remarkable look at a day in his life. >> reporter: he is the public face of the faith of over a billion people. from his home in vatican city, pope benedict xvi shapes the catholic mission in the 21st century. the pope's day begins in prayer. daily mass is a fundamental ritual in the catholic church and is practiced in the pope's surprisingly modern cha
-universal television >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> and i'm ann curry. we want to go to this dramatic scene in athens where thousands of protesters are venting their anger to avoid a bailout and avoid a crippling debt. >> michelle, i know this vote in parliament is scheduled for any moment right now, probably between 7:00 and 10:00 here in the united states. what do the police there -- what does the government there expect to happen if that austerity package passes? >> reporter: i think you're going to see more of the same, matt. all the local political analysts believe that this is going to pass. probably a lot of protesters know that, but they are so angry. they do not want this bill to pass. they don't like the fact that this is a budget loaded with deep cuts in spending, many, many government workers are going to lose their jobs. they're going to have lower pensions. a lot of the assets owned by the government are going to be sold, and taxes are going up dramatically, all for them to pay their bills. and they are very, very angry about it. i t
-307-2020. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. here's matt lauer with a look at what's coming up next on the "today" show. >> good morning. growing concerns at three nuclear facilities in the u.s. lost almost under a new clerk evacuation because of a fast- moving fire -- lost almost -- los alamos. new twist at the casey anthony trial. what they asked the judge to declare a mistrial? >> a recent high-school graduate beaten by teenagers. at cess katherine around wowows wimbledon. that and much more had it as we get started on a tuesday morning rush here on "today." >> 71 degrees on tv hill. >> we will come back and check on weather and traffic together before you head ou host: could switching to geico really save you 15% or more on car insurance? host: is the pen mightier than the sword? ninja 2: ow vo: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. >> nightmare on at 97. >> southbound 97. all lanes are closed. this is near 100. you can see we may have a vehicle overturned. all lanes are closed southbound on 97 as you make your approach to 100. another accident has been
meredith viera and matt lauer, >> they're able to get a computer grant for their school. >> a $1,000 scholarship for whatever college and want to go to. >> of the whitney museum in new york is really on display of the san francisco museum of modern art. >> his drawn with the house dining exhibit. his drawing is the one on a piece dyeing except-he is there. >> his drawing is on exhibit along with the spinthis dystein fstalling musem exhibit. >> what a beautiful day today. >> yes. >> this time of year, and the storm is really incredible we're going to be seeing this on tuesday. in the meantime, temperatures will be a bit cooler with that rain is coming in our direction on tuesday with scattered shower activity. >> we will see you at 11:00 p.m., thank you [ kate ] if this icelandic mud could work wonders on my skin, imagine what it could do for my business. now, i just had to figure out a way to get it back to the states. so i called john, my citibank small business expert. [ john ] kate, how are you? [ kate ] he got me a line of credit and together we made it happen. now, my spa ha
.com. george lettis, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. here's matt lauer with a look at what's coming up next on the "today" show. >> good morning. record heat bank expected in the eastern half of the country. a race against time to save several towns now threatened by the massive wildfire in arizona. new fallout from the anthony wiener scandal. he tried to coach one of the limit on how to handle the media. a bittersweet morning for us. vieira's morning with us. we will have a few surprises for her as well, which started right here on "today." >> 72 degrees on tv hill. >> we will come back and check on weather and traffic together before you head out to start before you head out to start your day. s >> we're still dealing with a few problems. it has not been to bed. falls road has reopened. the downed tree has been cleared. conway street remains close between lake street in charles. we have closes for the greek folk festival between eastern and foster. watch for some of fire activity in laurel. there is a truck fire. this is at 95 coming out of the northeast. we also of southbound delays -- w
news. >> thank you. here's matt lauer with a look at what's coming up next on the "today" show. >> good morning. anthony weiner's life returns home. is there any chance that anthony weiner can survive and keep this seat in congress? why so many of newt gingrich's top aides have leftist presidential campaign. the mistress of arnold schwarzenegger reveals her son to the world. we will bring some last minute father's day gift ideas for the man in your life when we get started on a wednesday morning here on the "today" show. >> father's day is this sunday. you can text a mess it for your father to 88509. we will post your message on a website, wbaltv.com. 88509. be sure to include your father's first and last name. 6:53. 56 degrees on tv hill. >> we will come back and check on weather and traffic together before you head out to start your day. your day. stay with us. >> nothing will major this morning. >> nothing like yesterday morning. we have two accidents in the city. one at baltimore street and hilton. we're about 80 minutes on the outer loop west side pit that is our biggest delay. --
" on a tuesday morning. i'm ann curry. >> i'm matt lauer. obviously went to north carolina to talk to the president about jobs and housing, but a lot of the newspapers this morning running headlines based on the question you asked about congressman weiner. >> because it's the first time he's been able to weigh in on that question. obviously this economy is really the big story because it's going to be the key issue in the election, which is just over a year away. we've got a lot of ground to cover with the president. we had an exclusive interview with him. >>> also ahead, new details on the search of missing indiana student lauren spierer. will enhanced video taken about the time of her disappearance give investigators new clues about what happened? we'll have an exclusive live interview with lauren's parents coming up. >> serious topic. >>> on a much lighter note, admit it, chances are you have probably owned a snuggie or exercise gadgets sold on television. what is the next big thing? we'll take you to the place where thousands of the wildest products you will ever see are on dis
from woodlawn. they will make sure the violent offenders stay behind launder. >> here's matt lauer with a look at what's coming up next on the "today" show. >> good morning. ks the athlete in your own words -- casey anthony in her own words. unusual and dangerous eating disorders. some people who suffer from serious addictions when it comes from food. we have a huge crowd here to see new kids on the block and backstrom boys. -- and the backstrom boys -- backstreet boys. that and much more ahead when we get started this morning right here on "today." >> we will come back and check on weather and traffic together before you head out to start >> how or the roadways -- how are the roadways? >> we're checking your white marsh boulevard and mountain road. the red to northbound delay road are shut down as police investigate an earlier accident. with a crash at liberty and lord baltimore. is down 50, a crash blocking the left flank if you're heading towards annapolis -- east down 50, a crash blocking the left lane if you're heading towards annapolis. nothing too major to worry about. >> ne
is asked to call baltimore county police. reporting live, jennifer franciotti. >> thank you. here's matt lauer with a look at what's coming up next on the "today" show. , we're live at vatican city spiritual home for more than a billion catholics. we will take you on a tour inside same peter's basilica. the ways spends time at his private residence. will look back by a private audience with the pope. a lot to get to from rome. we will have the latest on the deadly twisters and the rear thursday concert. scotty mccreery from "american idol" will be performing. a split addition. >> i like the hat. >> we will come >> it looks great outside. >> sun glare could be a factor. we have an accident in harford county. a vehicle went into a pole. have an accident in middle river. and delays on the harrisburg expressway. 80 minutes of the west side outer loop -- 18 minutes on the west side at low. is a quick live look outside -- this is a quick live look at the white marsh area. >> the humidity is way down from yesterday. we will make it to 84. in the 50's tonight. a great forecast going into the be
. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm ann curry. the wildfires out west have again become a big story because strong winds come over the weekend dealing another setback to firefighters. thankfully, forecasters are expecting things to be quieter today. >> good news from al. we're going to hear more about that. the area around the town of si air va vista, arizona, nearly 7,000 residents have been ord ordered to flee. we're going to gettest in a live report. >>> a warning, matt, about the above ground portable pools that are popular with families. you may think they have harder to fall into. if you do, just ahead, alarming research on how deadly the pools can be and what you can do to keep your family safe. >>> sarah palin's 20-year-old daughter bristol releases her memoir this week and it paints a less than flattering portrait of her former fiance levi johnston and details about their relationship and how he first reacted to news that palin was pregnant. details of that coming up as well. >> let's begin with the wildfires raging out west. nbc is in sierra vista with the latest. good morning. >>
, the tip line number is 1-888-399-8477. reporting live, kim dacey, wbal- tv 11 news. >> here's matt lauer with a look at what's coming up next on the "today" show. >> good morning. new evacutations ordered as high wind in the mexico and arizona. what casey anthony's lead attorney did it to draw the anger of the judge. letting your children fail could be the best thing for them. what the real story is behind this famous photo taking during the riot in vancouver. the kissing couple will join us for a live interview. that and much more ahead as we get started on it monday morning writing run the "today" show. >> 71 degrees on tv hill. >> we will come back and check on weather and traffic together before you head out to start your day. stay with us. if i were a customer, i'd like nonstop travel because it's quicker. because it's convenient. it's just the best way to go. keeps the cost down. [ male announcer ] southwest airlines has added new nonstop flights from bwi airport to south carolina. it means more time doing the things i want to do. it's easy. it's hassle-free. there's no headaches.
. >> here's matt lauer with a look at what's coming up next on the "today" show. >> president obama calls out congress to pass a debt deal. we'll ask a top adviser. one of the most emotional days at the casey anthony murder trial. her father broke don on the witness stand. we will talk about that with star jones. a way to save on your summer vacation. the risks and benefits of house swapping. kate kicked off their north american tour. that and much more ahead when we get started this morning right here on "today." >> 62 degrees on tv hill. >> we will come back and check on weather and traffic together >> a new accident. >> out down 95 just passed 295. we are down to 17 miles per hour. delaware impact traffic coming out of the fort mchenry tunnel. we still have the accident on 95 and 24. other on the riverside parkway. this is the earlier accident on 95 at 24. it is off to the right shoulder. southbound delays as to get closer to the white marsh area. >> upper 50's in the northern suburbs. that is unusual. temperatures in the 60's in most areas. sunshine and no humidity. that will change o
for by nbc-universal television >>>ed a good morning. welcome to today, wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm ann curry. the question u.s. officials are asking, why would pakistan's intelligence services obtain the very men who helped take down the most wanted terrorist in the world. >> retribution for their embarrassment over that situation. >>> bizarre murder plot in england. they have reportedly been arrested for planning to rob and kill a popular grammy winning singer josh stone. we're going to have details on that story. >>> also this morning, two important stories tied to your health. the government just announced new labeling rules for sunscreen as well as a new warning on a very popular technique used to straighten hair. so we're going to get details on both those developments coming up. >>> first, let's get right to the other top stories of the morning. natalie morales, good morning to you. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with those reports this morning as the pakistani government has arrested several local informants who collaborated with the cia who prepared for the rai
>>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and ann curry. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today" on this thursday morning. i'm ann curry. >> i'm matt lauer. the president is headed to philadelphia which is a good idea to get out of of washington for a couple of hours because he gave congress a pretty good tongue lashing on wednesday. >> instead of tackling legislation to try to help turn around the economy, but house speaker john boehner quickly fired back. we'll get the latest from washington in a live report straight ahead. >>> also ahead a major development of the appeals trial. critical dna evidence used to convict her in the first place of murder has now been deemed unreliable. that is news that brought amanda's mother to tears. we will hear from her just ahead. >> did you see these pictures? flight delays are nothing new, but look at this. look at what caused them at jfk international airport. that's right. you're looking at turtles. lots of them. what were they doing on the tarmac. >> you know what the snail said when he was riding on the turtle.
-universal television >>> and welcome to "today" on this thursday morning, i'm ann curry, look who's back? >> matt lauer back from a shoot that didn't happen. meanwhile, we're following breaking news, the arrest of whitey bulger, on the ten most wanted list for the alleged role in 19 murders. the mob boss managed to elude the authorities for 16 years. the manhunt came to a sudden end when the 81-year-old was taken into custody in southern california. the government had just launched a new campaign to find him earlier this week. we'll get the latest on this straight ahead. >>> also ahead, prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty if casey anthony is found guilty of murdering her daughter caylee but that may have gotten more difficult after a federal judge ruled that the method used in florida to impose a death sentence is unconstitutional. we'll explain that. >>> also, a rant, did you hear about this? caught on open microphone led to a suspension for a pilot of a major airline. he was using offensive slurs, talking about his own crew and we'll get more about that coming up. >>> let's begin with th
.com. pnc bank. for the achiever in you. >>> it's a new day on "the today show." ann curry joins matt lauer as co-anchor of "the today show." ann and matt join us now. congratulations. >> it's been a great day. i feel like a kid in a candy store and to sit next to this guy, it's fun. >> it was a great day one -- >> no, no, no, you're saying that because i've already said to you that working with you is like eating butter. it is so easy. >> like butter! >> it's easy. >> exactly. >> you guys have been working together for years so day one was not about getting to know each other. you know each other really well. how important is getting along and having fun on and off the air to the morning team? >> comfort is everything, jim. i mean, you know, first of all, it doesn't mean you can't bring someone new in and forge a chemistry, but familiarity is a wonderful thing. i've known ann for probable 15, 16 years. we've worked together on the show for 14 and it's the same with al. so, i mean, there's a lot of history there. it's all good, which is nice. it's nice to be able to say that, and i think th
comes up at 7:00. let's check in with matt lauer to see what they're working on this morning. happy monday, matt. >> to you, joe, happy monday. >>> coming up on a monday edition of "today," we're going to talk about the new evacuation that's have been ordered as high winds fan the flames of wildfires in arizona and new mexico. we're live with the latest. >>> also a costly blow to the defense. what casey anthony's lead attorney did to draw the judge's anger. >>> plus are you obsessed with your kid's happiness? why letting your children fail on occasion could actually be the best thing for them a little later on in life. >>> and what is the real story behind this now famous photo taken during that riot in vancouver last week? the kissing couple will join us for an exclusive live interview. when we get started on a monday morning right here on "today." joe, back to you. >> all right, matt. look forward to it. thanks very much and have a great day. >> thank you. you too. ♪ [ male announcer ] how could switchgrass in argentina, change engineering in dubai, aluminum production in south
in with matt lauer right now to see what they're working on. good morning, matt. >> hey, joe. good morning to you. >>> coming up on a tuesday here on "today," growing concerns at three nuclear facilities in the u.s. the city of los alamos, new mexico, is under a mandatory evacuation because of a fast-moving fire. this as rising floodwaters surround two plants in nebraska. we'll be live at both scenes. >>> also ahead, new twists at the casey anthony trial. why did her lawyers want casey declared incompetent, and what made them ask a judge to declare a mistrial? is >>> plus a recent high school graduate beaten nearly to death by a group of fellow teens. the victim will speak out to us about what happened in a live interview. >>> and princess katherine wows at wimbledon. wait until you hear how long it took for that dress that she was wearing there to sell out online. those stories and much more ahead as we get started on a tuesday morning here on "today." joe, back to you. >> pretty amazing stuff. thanks very much, matt. you have a great day. >> okay. you too. >> thanks. >> here's the thing,
area near the river. i'm matt lauer. meredith is back in new york city. meredith, good morning to you. >> good morning to you, matt. >> and i want to tell you that just to the side of me here is the centerpiece of vatican city, st. peter's basilica. its dome or cupola was designed by mikkel angelo when it was designed in 1590, some 20 years after mick oh angelo had died. i think after his death only the drum of the dome was completed. it's the second largest church in the world. it's a monument to the apostle peter. remember, god said the church would be built on the rock peter was built. the basilica sits on the hallowed grounds of an earlier church built by em per or constantine in the 14th century. below it lies the vatican any crop lus. it's a maze of mausoleums and crypts and was only first discovered during an excavation in 1939. and at the end of this narrow underground passageway, a small tomb was discovered, and in 1968 pope paul vi announced that the tomb did, in fact, hold the bones of st. peter. and that altar, by the way, was built so it's directly above the tomb of st. p
it anymore, they're so sick of the thing going off. and by the way, matt lauer, one of the anchors on the morning show, flew cross country to interview lilo and she canceled it last minute. >> snubbed. >> snubbed. she said that she just wasn't ready, she was caught off-guard when he arrived to tape the interview. she basically just said, i'm not ready, i can't do this. >> i think they talked about doing a longer interview, she only wanted 15 minutes, she got cold feet. >> there's only damage you can do in 15 minutes. >> she's got to go to court. >> she's got a problem that needs to be addressed. she's been trying to address it. >> yes. >> and so, once again, another chapter. >> a bit of a train track. >> yes. >>> let's move on to george clooney. good old george clooney. >> yes, yes. >> this is a guy who seems to be the eternal bachelor and evidently he may be again. or he is again. >> i can't believe this. >> splitting up with elisabetta canalis. >> who is like the biggest babe on the planet. >> if it's not going to work with her. >> what hope do the rest of us have? if you can't m
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